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Abaca has the same fiber that comes from a tree of the banana.
It is grown mostly in the Philippines, Ecuador and Costa Rica as a commercial crop. Abaca is obtained from the leaf sheaths which surround the plant's trunk. It is a leaf fibre composed of long, thin cells that form part of the leaf's supporting structure.
The fibers of the self-sustaining Abaca are used in the production of handicraft products such as: handbags, hats, shoes, slippers, lamps, carpets, accessories, clothing, furniture, and wallcoverings.
What is sustainable development?
It starts at your home. The natural material that comes from abaca is indeed very useful and the best gift we have ever received from nature. It can be transformed into many different products and are not a waste of money, time, and effort.
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